The Space-Approx 7 Km from downtown HCMC or about 20mins from the airport.
-We do have free bus to access and visit many varieties of tourist attractions easily ( Ben Thanh Market, Re-unification Palace, Notre Dame Church, Botanical Garden, War Museum, Central Post Office, Opera House, History museum, etc ... )
- Easy bus line to get Binh Tay Market , Ben Thanh Market, Jade Padoda , China Town, Mien Tay Bus Station to the Mekong Delta.
- Local bus can take you to the famous Cu Chi Tunnel.
Our terrace is an ideal place for sunbathing. Choosing your Ho Chi Minh accommodation with us, you can enjoy a cup of coffee while you are watching the countryside and enjoy the relaxing atmosphere .
We have also a full-time travel desk to serve in-house guests for all travel information.
Special Offers :
-We would love to do a free airport Pick-Up if you guys stay over 1 week with us. Guest AccessWe are offering a variety of services and facilities to make your stay as comfortable and enjoyable as possible.
- Bus / Train / AirPlane Tickets at the Local deals for better prices.
- Room Service everyday
- Foreign Currency Exchange
- Tour/Travel Desk
- Car/Motorbike/ Bicycle Rental
- Airport Transfers
- Cozy Ambiance and Professional Hosts
- Free Excellent Wifi
- Indoor kitchen for all your cooking needs
- The room is on the first or second floor with a small garden on the top. Guests can completely enjoy their privacy. Interaction with Guests-You guys could join my English Club with Local students who love to exchange culture while also improving their English.
-Our environment is very flexible. We love to socialize with you but we also respect your privacy and quiet time.
- We have rooftop terrace great for having a cup coffee, enjoying the countryside nightlife, or sunbathing.
-If you are a music fan that you could join us at Live music every night at cafe's which is organized by lovely Vietnamese students.
-If you are interested in cooking Vietnamese food, we can offer you free cooking classes with us! Learn some local favorites! The NeighborhoodFoods : Our location offers a lot of excellent local foods. You wont be disappointed.
1. BANH MI THIT ( Crispy bread , Sliced pork sausages , Shredded Pork, Fresh herbs, sauce, Pickled Carrot and Cucumber )
2. BUN BO HUE ( Hue style- hot and spicy ) - Beef rice vermicelli soup with lemon grass and pork or beef cut.
3. PHO ( Noodle soup serve with various cuts of beef and onions - often eats with basil , mint , lime , bean sprouts , )
4. BARBECUE - Vietnamese barbecue style with Pork , Beef or seafood
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DRINKS : There are MANY coffee shops or cafes. So many you could never visit them all! Getting Around-We do have free bus to access and visit many varieties of tourist attractions easily ( Ben Thanh Market, Re-unification Palace, Notre Dame Church, Botanical Garden, War Museum, Central Post Office, Opera House, History museum, etc ... )
- Local bus costs 6.000VND (about 0.26 cents) and can take you anywhere in the city, just tell us where you are going and we will tell you which number to take. Other Things to NoteBe Aware of things below:
-Don't trust the taxi meter: ripping off unsuspecting passengers in an art form for dishonest drivers. Use only Vinasun( please (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) to get the right look of Vinasun or ask me).
- Don't stop, dash or backtrack while crossing the street: remember that motobikes are trying to anticipate your movement to avoid hitting you, so no surprises.
- Eat everything. Vietnamese food is delicious and you will want to try it all. Go ahead and buy a kilo of those strange looking purple fruit, but be aware of hygiene when you are eating street food. If it looks dodgy, go down the block
- Be a sensitive shutterbug. Most people in Vietnam love getting their photo taken (and will ask to have their photo taken with you), but there are some places (like Ho Chi Minh's Mausoleum or military buildings) where taking photos can get you in a bit of trouble.
- Tipping. No need for tipping in Vietnam, just leave a (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) when you get extra service.
- Motorbike safety. Driving a motorbike yourself in Viet Nam, unless you hold a Vietnamese Driver's Licence, is illegal. As an illegal driver, in the event of an accident you will almost certainly be held to blame by the Viet police, who will come down hard on you, and you will be expected to pay very heavy damages to anyone whose property you have damaged, including the owner of the motorbike if you have rented it. In addition, it is unllikely your travel insurance will cover either property damage or your medical expenses, so it could work out to be very expensive indeed.
If you're going to brave the traffic as a pillion passenger, make sure you take proper precautions. Always wear a helmet, avoid dangly jewelry and miniskirts and clip your purse to the bike to keep it safe from bag snatchers.
- Bargain. remember that negotiation is not rude, but expected. Get in spirit and secure yourself a reasonable price, never settle for the initial offer, especially in touristy areas
- Where's your wallet? Violent crime is extremely rare, but like any large city, HCMC has its fair share of pickpockets, most of whom hang out in the backpackers' district.
- Scooter Riders. Do not wear your jewellery, necklace or watches as people come along on the paths with their scooters and rip them from your neck or arms. Handbags can also be a target for these thieves.
- Beware of Coconut Drink Vendors. Watch out for the coconut drink vendors on the sidewalk, carrying their wares on bamboo poles. Their schtick is to ask where you are going, then offer to have you try the weight of their pole and load it on your shoulder (while your companion takes photos of course). When you set the load down and are distracted (putting your camera away) in a matter of seconds he'll lop off the top of two coconuts, hand them to you and demand (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). Most folks are too stunned to say "no" and feel obliged to pay this exorbitant price for something they didn't order. But these guys get away with it all the time. So just say NO!
- Bars. Be aware of many of the bars as they are fronts for brothels. You are going to be overcharged for lady drinks and then they will try to persuade a man to take the woman back to a hotel, charging you a bar fine, $75 to 100. Most of these ladies can not be trusted and will lie to you continuously. Bar 159 in Bui Vien is one of many examples.
- Enjoy yourself. There is so much to do and see, but do not forget to stop every once in a while to pull up a plastic chair and relax.
- Other things it may affect to your inquiry as pre-arrival, Please inquire me, I would try my best.
Please do not hesitate to tell us if you need special assistance. We want to make sure you are comfortable with staying us at your Home away from home!
We are fairly close to the airport, so if you are an extremely light sleeper please let us know and we will accommodate.